The Institute For Technology In Health Care
Category: Computers & Technology
DescriptionEstablished in 1980 by the late Dr. Cesar Caceres, the son of the former Ambassador of Honduras, the cardiologist worked for both the Public Health Service and George Washington University as Professor of Clinical Engineering. As part of his long career, Caceres founded the Institute to support projects designed to identify, investigate, and apply new and existing technologies to the solution of health care problems. Administered by Wells Fargo Bank, the Institute supports projects that engage in public education regarding the understanding of health care needs and technological solutions. Grants are awarded to enable individuals and institutions to devise technologic applications that perform with more efficiency and greater accuracy to address health care needs. Some additional information including application instructions can be found on the Web site.
Contact information and additional details are available to members of the Society.
Funding Alert is intended to highlight key grant opportunities for nonprofit leaders with limited time for research. For a more comprehensive database of grants, the Society is also proud to provide all of our members will full access to GrantStation. GrantStation includes a database of over 5,000 current grant opportunities and other resources designed for grant professionals.
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